What is Fare For All?
Fare For All is open to everyone. It’s like a traveling grocery store. Fare For All sets up a two-hour store where everyone can buy produce and meat. It’s a budget-stretching program that allows everyone in the community to save up to 40% off quality fresh fruits, vegetables, and frozen meats.
How Can Fare For All Sell Food for So Cheap?
Fare For All purchases fresh food in bulk from wholesalers (the same places grocery stores get their food) and the bulk prices are passed on to the community. As more people participate, Fare For All can buy more food in bulk making the price low. You’re not taking food away from someone who needs it. Instead, your purchase helps to keep the food affordable.
No limit to number of packs you can purchase.
There are no eligibility requirements nor paperwork. Just come and purchase the Packs at Easter by the Lake, a new Fare for All distribution site. Cash, credit, debit cards and EBT cards are accepted. Learn more at fareforall.org